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If You’re Attending MozCon 2017, You Should Definitely Pitch to be an Ignite Speaker

Last Updated: May 4, 2017

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Posted by ronell-smithAre you a good storyteller, able to hold a crowd at rapt attention for minutes at a time? Do you have a story you’re bursting at the seams to share? Well, ye olde yarn-spinner, a MozCon Ignite talk sounds like just the thing for you. The five-minute talks have become quite a hit since being introduced in 2015, with talks leaving folks with belly aches from laughter or tears from personal heartache — and everything in between. If you have an enticing story in you just waiting for an outlet, we’ll supply the audience. The MozCon 2017 Ignite talks — one of the signature networking events — take place Tuesday, July 18. Buy your MozCon 2017 ticket! Why should you care about Ignite talks?Often called “lightning talks” for their emphasis on brevity, Ignite-style talks are five minutes in length and feature slides that automatically advance. The short stories can pack a powerful punch, however, as anyone who saw Michael Cottam’s 2016 Ignite talk can attest: One attendee penned a heartfelt account of how Michael’s talk helped him reprioritize his life — it’s well-worth a good read. Make sure you have a tissue handy.You can share your story, too, in 2017. There will be 10 speaking slots. The only rule we have governing stories told during an Ignite talk is that they cannot relate to online marketing or feature anything resembling career advice. This is your chance to show some personality. Take a look at the topics covered from 2016: Help! I Can’t Stop Sweating – Hyperhidrosis, by Adam Melson Life Lessons Learned as a Special Needs Parent, by Adrian Vender How Pieces of Paper Can Change Lives, by Anneke Kurt Godlewski Prison and a Girl that Loves Puppies, by Caitlin Boroden Embracing Fear, Potential Failure, and Plain Ol’ Discomfort, by Daisy Quaker A Plane Hacker’s Guide to Cheap *Luxury* Travel, by Ed Fry Embracing Awkward: The Tale of a 5′ 10″ 6th Grader, by Hannah Cooley Hornets, Soba, & Friends: A Race in Japan, by Kevin Smythe Wooly Bits: Exploring the Binary of Yarn, by Lindsay Dayton LaShell Finding Myself in Fiction: LGBTQUIA Stories, by Lisa Hunt Is Your Family Time for Sale? by Michael Cottam How to Start an Underground Restaurant in Your Home, by Nadya Khoja Flood Survival: Lessons from the Streets of ATL, by Sarah Lively How a Cartoon Saved My Life, by Steve Hammer And, lucky for us all, Geraldine DeRuiter, aka the Everywhereist, will be back as emcee for the third time in as many years. The deets: How to pitch for an Ignite talk Simply fill out the form below — you’re limited to one submission Talks cannot be about online marketing…

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S K Routray

S K Routray is a computer science graduate and Co founder at He worked as a Online Marketing lead at many MNC Companies. He has passion for writing on SEO techniques, Social Media Marketing and digital marketing techniques. If he wasn’t an online marketer, he'd take his love for food and become a great chef cum hotel entrepreneur. Join NAS Writers team to write for NAS.

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